Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Reading Radar: 5 Haunted Locales with Strange Secrets

It's been quite a while since I posted one of these, so I thought I'd share with you a few great books I grabbed for the Kindle reader.

Get ready for some eerie houses and dangerous secrets in these quick reads.  And the best thing about them?  They won't break your wallet!




The Secret of Greystone Hall
by Elezabeth Wilde

SHE HAD TO UNCOVER THE DARK MYSTERY OF THE EERIE ESTATE BEFORE SHE FELL VICTIM TO ITS EVIL! 

After the sudden tragic death of her parents, Abby Sanders is invited to travel to the Green Mountains of Vermont to stay with William Drake, the brooding old master of Greystone Hall. Then suddenly the man vanished. All too soon she finds that the corridors of the gloomy mansion are filled with sinister secrets. To her sheer horror she begins to question whether the old man could be behind terrifying events that shrouded the ancient walls and stalked her into the very shadows of death and madness. 

Price:  $0.99







Hawthorne
by Sarah Ballance

After a terrifying encounter with the unexplained, it takes ten years and the news of her grandmother’s passing for Emma Grace Hawthorne to return to her childhood home. She seeks peace in saying a proper goodbye, but what she finds is an old love, a sordid family history, and a wrong only she can right. 

Living in the shadow of Hawthorne Manor, Noah Garrett has never forgotten about Emma Grace. In a house full of secrets, his search for missing documents reveals a truth that can cost him everything. What he finds gave Emma the freedom to walk away from the mansion, her heart free and clear, but at what price to Noah?

This is a novella.

Price:  $1.29





Windwood Farm
by Rebecca Patrick-Howard

Windwood Farm has a terrible secret–one that’s been buried for more almost 100 years. Taryn Magill aims to uncover it…or die trying.


As a mixed media artist and urban explorer with a love for abandoned houses and a big imagination when it comes to the past, 30 year old Taryn has never really met an old house she didn’t like. In fact, she’s made a career out of painting these sad, often derelict structures, to show them in their former glory for her clients.


With Windwood Farm, though, she might have bitten off more than she can chew!


The locals refer to it as “the devil’s house” and even vandals have stayed away from this once grand stone farmhouse in Vidalia, Kentucky. Hired by the Stokes County Historical Society to paint it before it’s demolished by a land development company, Taryn’s determined to make friends with the house and farm everyone around her seems to be terrified of.


As it turns out, though, their fears may just not be unfounded.


Who is the woman whose cries echo throughout the farm and what does she want? What negative force about the house is so powerful that it won’t even allow the upstairs bedroom to be touched? Does the 93 year old vanishing of the next door neighbor have anything to do with the house’s mysteries?


Taryn wants the answers to these and the house may just be trying to tell her because now, when she looks through her camera, she doesn’t have to use her imagination to see the past–


SHE CAN SEE IT!


Will Taryn be able to figure out what happened here AND escape with her sanity and life before the house comes down? Because now it seems like someone is trying to kill her! Using what her camera reveals to her and her wits, she’ll try to unravel the mysteries of the farm and get out before it’s too late.


The first book in the Taryn’s Camera series.

Price:  $2.99





Haunted Lake
by Lauralynn Elliot

After losing her best friend in a fire, Rachel Madison rents a cabin on Misty Lake, trying to work through her guilt and sorrow. While there, she meets two men, one good looking and friendly and the other handsome, but scarred. Soon, she realizes that the peace she was trying to find here wasn’t to be, as supernatural events begin to take place. The strange encounters with ghosts at the lake cause Rachel to form a strong bond of friendship with the two men. The three friends move closer and closer to danger as the events unfold to a possible tragic result. 

Price:  $0.99








The House on the Moor
by Lalla Squeglia

Abigail Brewster didn’t want to work for Nathan Raven, not with all those stories swirling around him. It was too late now, though, and she was in too deep. Now she has to find out if Nathan is just an eccentric recluse or if he really is a murderous lunatic…before she suffers the same fate as all the others.

Price:  $0.99










All prices are currently as listed at Amazon price.

I hope you find at least a few to enjoy!

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